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Spring Invites A Chance For Texture

For some knitters, a feeling of apathy arises when winter gives way to spring. Gone are the lush, chunky knits, warmth-trapping cables, and cushy-thick merino wools. I can remember a time when spring and summer meant a lull in knitting, but the industry has advanced in manipulations of and dedication to warm weather fibers and Read More >>

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Top Trend 2017: Open Minded Knits

One of my all-time favorite trends suffused the Spring 2017 runways with skin-baring silhouettes. This trend happens to be a particular favorite because of how well and easily it translates to knitwear. From Alexander Wang to Valentino, Rodarte to Alexander McQueen, Dolce & Gabbana to Chanel, it seemed everyone in fashion was in love with Read More >>

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Expert Layering With Woolly Winter Knits

Knitters understand the importance of winter layering. We’ve long embraced the utility of building looks around woolly layers, and certainly grasped the concept long before the Olsen twins popularized it. Aside from providing the perfect template for exploring intriguing stitchwork, cardigans, jackets, and coats extend the versatility of our wardrobes. A summer dress layered over Read More >>